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Sparks fly over judges ‘capture’

In his judgement, Patel gave Mupasiri an ultimatum to apologise saying his language brought the judiciary into disrepute.
By Desmond Chingarande Sep. 25, 2022
Zim’s extractive sector under spotlight
Zim’s extractive sector under spotlight
Its main objective was to investigate foreign investments in Zimbabwe, so as to enhance transparency and accountability.
By Tafadzwa Kachiko Sep. 25, 2022
Mufakose shines in RCZ national music competition
Mufakose RCZ choir produced the best performance grabbing first position for both the set piece and own choice categories in Group A.
By The Standard Sep. 25, 2022
Zacc fails to account for expenses
Zacc is mandated with fighting graft in the country. 
By Harriet Chikandiwa Sep. 25, 2022
Ziyambi digs in on Gukurahundi
“Each society has a way of dealing with its problems and we solved our problems with the Unity Accord.
By Priviledge Gumbodete Sep. 25, 2022
Massive Harare land wrangle heats up
The matter is likely to be given to another judge for determination.
By The Standard Sep. 25, 2022
Mnangagwa backers hound church leaders
The outfit known as Pastors 4ED is led by Zibagwe Rural District Council (RDC) ward 30 councillor and evangelist Idirashe Dongo.
By Tafadzwa Kachiko Sep. 25, 2022
Our hands are clean, says Zinara board
“The Zacc reference number is RRB 86/09/19and court reference number is ACC77/19.
By The Standard Sep. 25, 2022
In Conversation with Trevor: Bango: ‘Street wisdom’ shaped me
Talk to me about why your father decided that you would be called Precious and mommy decided for you to be called Sibusisiwe.
By In Conversation With Trevor Sep. 25, 2022
Harare’s drug lords ruling over ghettos
“The Zimbabwe National Drug Master Plan talks of the law enforcement agents taking care of that side of things,” Box said.
By Moses Mugugunyeki Sep. 24, 2022
First Mutual boss on education passion
I spent three years at university studying mathematics, and in my final year I was actually a tutor at the university itself.
By The Standard Sep. 18, 2022
Chamisa attacks ED over Chipinge
The Smith regime used to seize land and give it to white settler farmer
By Blessed Mhlanga Sep. 18, 2022
Mnangagwa forced to dump 2023 polls plot
Nothing has been heard from the organisers of the march almost a month later. 
By Everson Mushava Sep. 18, 2022
Kanyemba: Risking lives to stay alive
Typical of a community abandoned by its own government, the Kanyemba people now rely on neighbouring countries for services and all.
By Edgah Gweshe and Tapiwa Zivira Sep. 18, 2022
Mnangagwa’s son distances himself from illegal housing project
One of President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s sons has distanced himself from an illegal housing project in Harare’s Belvedere suburb, which is linked to Zanu PF activists.
By The Standard Sep. 18, 2022
Women, girls bear brunt of poor justice systems
Her elderly  father attempted to rape her nine-year-old daughter, but fortunately discovered it.
By Lorraine Muromo Sep. 18, 2022
Parly speaks on US$9k laptops
Guvamatanga revealed before parliament’s public accounts committee recently that many companies were fleecing government by overpricing their goods and services.
By Harriet Chikandiwa Sep. 18, 2022
Potraz moves to curb ‘harmful’ content
The telecommunications regulatory company said it is promoting production of online content through its various information centres.
By Miriam Mangwaya and Harriet Chikandiwa Sep. 18, 2022
Public health workers feed Harare’s drug cartels with stolen medication
Sixty percent of admissions to mental institutions are linked to drug and substance use.
By Moses Mugugunyeki Sep. 18, 2022
The story behind Zim media’s coverage of China
This publication denied the allegations, insisted that its investigations were factual and balanced and, in turn, accused the embassy of making serious threats against the media.
By Nkosana Dlamini Sep. 18, 2022
Local energy firm bids to create employment
Zimbabwe is working towards a middle-income economy by 2030, aimed at boosting various sectors of the economy.
By The Standard Sep. 17, 2022
Sikhala case haunts Mnangagwa govt
They are charged alongside the 14 other CCC party activists.
By Miriam Mangwaya Sep. 11, 2022
Chiefs speak out against Zanu PF coercion
Section 281(2)(c) states that traditional leaders must not further the interests of any political party or cause.
By Miriam Mangwaya Sep. 11, 2022
Top cops embroiled in car theft scandal
Two senior police officers are accused of mishandling a case where a Beitbridge businesswoman and socialite is facing allegations of stealing her own luxury car.
By Rex Mphisa Sep. 11, 2022
Bvekerwa: Why I returned from diaspora
Zimbabwean YouTuber and lawyer Tashinga Bvekerwa says she returned home from abroad because she was “tired of being away, and it never felt like home”.
By The Standard Sep. 11, 2022
4 convicted for saying police are ED's dogs
They were ordered to pay a fine of $30 000 each.
By Miriam Mangwaya Sep. 11, 2022
ED admits opposition pressure
Chamisa announced the formation of the CCC early this year, and went on to win 19 out of the 28 parliamentary seats during the March by-elections.
By Priviledge Gumbodete Sep. 11, 2022
Chamisa death threat bishop walks free
In July, Abton Mashayanyika declared that Chamisa and his family should be killed while addressing a Zanu PF rally in Mberengwa, Midlands province.
By Miriam Mangwaya Sep. 10, 2022